2018 - Member of the European Academy of Sciences
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanical engineering, Solar energy, Waste management, Process engineering and Electricity generation. His study in Mechanical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Heat transfer and Thermoelectric cooling. His Solar energy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Desalination, Environmental engineering, Acceptance angle and Renewable energy.
His Waste management research includes themes of Heat exchanger, Rankine cycle and Organic Rankine cycle. His Process engineering research incorporates themes from Passive cooling, HVAC, Air conditioning and Thermal efficiency. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Insulator and Photovoltaic thermal hybrid solar collector.
Mechanical engineering, Process engineering, Waste management, Thermal and Mechanics are his primary areas of study. Saffa Riffat works mostly in the field of Mechanical engineering, limiting it down to topics relating to Heat pipe and, in certain cases, Heat recovery ventilation. His work deals with themes such as Waste heat, Thermal energy storage, Air conditioning, Solar energy and Photovoltaic system, which intersect with Process engineering.
Saffa Riffat usually deals with Thermal energy storage and limits it to topics linked to Nuclear engineering and Heat pump. His research integrates issues of Electricity generation and Environmental engineering in his study of Waste management. The various areas that he examines in his Mechanics study include Airflow and Thermodynamics.
His main research concerns Process engineering, Nuclear engineering, Thermal, Photovoltaic system and Energy recovery. The study of Process engineering is intertwined with the study of Thermal energy storage in a number of ways. His research on Nuclear engineering also deals with topics like
His study focuses on the intersection of Thermal and fields such as Solar energy with connections in the field of Thermal efficiency, Refrigeration, Heat pump and Renewable energy. As part of the same scientific family, Saffa Riffat usually focuses on Photovoltaic system, concentrating on Glazing and intersecting with Building-integrated photovoltaics, Thermal insulation, Optoelectronics, Thin film and Mechanical engineering. His research on Energy recovery also deals with topics like
His primary scientific interests are in Solar energy, Nuclear engineering, Energy consumption, Process engineering and Heat pump. His research in Solar energy intersects with topics in Thermal, Work, Cooling capacity, Radiative cooling and Heat pipe. His Nuclear engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heat exchanger, Waste heat, Turbine and Degree Rankine.
His Energy consumption research includes elements of Wind tunnel, Evaporative cooler and Range. The study incorporates disciplines such as Desiccant, Heat recovery ventilation, Hybrid system and Air conditioning in addition to Process engineering. Saffa Riffat has researched Heat pump in several fields, including Refrigerant, Refrigeration, Evaporator, Current and Compression system.
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Thermoelectrics: a review of present and potential applications
S.B Riffat;Xiaoli Ma.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2003)
A comprehensive review of Pt electrocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction: Nanostructure, activity, mechanism and carbon support in PEM fuel cells
Sheng Sui;Sheng Sui;Xiaoying Wang;Xintong Zhou;Yuehong Su.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2017)
Toward aerogel based thermal superinsulation in buildings: A comprehensive review
Erdem Cuce;Pinar Mert Cuce;Christopher J. Wood;Saffa B. Riffat.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
The latest advancements on thermochemical heat storage systems
Devrim Aydin;Sean P. Casey;Saffa Riffat.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2015)
Development of small-scale and micro-scale biomass-fuelled CHP systems – A literature review
Leilei Dong;Hao Liu;Saffa Riffat.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2009)
Review of passive solar heating and cooling technologies
Hoy Yen Chan;Saffa B. Riffat;Jie Zhu.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2010)
Expanders for micro-CHP systems with organic Rankine cycle
Guoquan Qiu;Hao Liu;Saffa Riffat.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2011)
A review on wind driven ventilation techniques
Naghman Khan;Yuehong Su;Saffa B. Riffat.
Energy and Buildings (2008)
Opportunities for solar water desalination worldwide: Review
Mahmoud Shatat;Mark Worall;Saffa Riffat.
Sustainable Cities and Society (2013)
Review on heat recovery technologies for building applications
A. Mardiana-Idayu;A. Mardiana-Idayu;S.B. Riffat.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2012)
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